Motel 6 Fort Bragg
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... road. I followed the interpretive trail and learned of the 1915 eruption that occurred and all the homesteads lost but lives saved. I watched the fog roll over the lake and continued down the road to the geothermal springs. Sadly, half way there I was stopped by a park ranger who told me I had to turn around because the road was closed. After tons of debating, I moved on because it was an hour and half to make it around the park to ...
... enough to see quite well. There were actually two of them and then one of them jumped up and out of the water!!!!! What a treat. Had potato, egg, onion and peppers for lunch. (We had gotten a lot of potatoes, peppers and onions on the bargain table at Berkeley Bowl so had to eat them up). Did a little more sightseeing during the afternoon and then back to picnic area for dinner of salmon salad.
... have lice--sea bugs that look like beetles
endangered species watch list, but now their population is very healthy
at 23,000. Actually, there are two groups in the Pacific, and the
eastern Pacific "herd" is doing great, the western Pacific group that
winters in the waters near Korea is very small--only about 200 left.
... was after 3. Found two reserved spots right in front of a restaurant.
Met a local artist with her dad and she just bought this mouse candle holder. Her
gallery/antique shop is opening next week and she’s going to resell the mouse. Jim
thought she was a little wacky. She reminded me of a typical Greenwich Village
... old car struggling to keep up. White knuckle all the way in. So we got a late start today leaving South San Francisco at 10:30. We worked our way through San Francisco toward the Golden Gate bridge. The streets and homes are built into the hillsides so up and down they change elevation. This part of San Francisco is not what you typically see in the movies or TV shows. The homes are packed tightly ...